Animation & Artists Moving Image19649 minsDirector: David Gladwell
Slow motion black and white experimental short film in which a series of concurrent actions and movements are drawn together.
Documentary197441 minsDirector: Michael Bakewell
A simple brief - for the influential writer and filmmaker BS Johnson to talk direct to camera - yielded one of the most extraordinary works of 1970s British television.
Drama196611 minsDirector: Norman J. Warren
Norman J. Warren's short film tells the story of a young woman's desperation after a brief love affair ends in bitter disappointment.
Government sponsored film197655 minsDirector: John Krish
H.M.P. is a compelling and humane recruitment film made for the prison services and the COI. It is directed by acclaimed documentary filmmaker John Krish.
Documentary196447 minsDirector: Arnold Louis Miller
Low-budget movie mogul Arnold Louis Miller concocted this exploitation-style documentary which peers behind the grimy net curtains of British life.
Drama196263 minsSilentDirector: James Hill
Shirley Anne Field stars in this stylish, highly enjoyable story of simmering tensions and sexual conflict in the work place.
Animation & Artists Moving Image19711 minsDirector: B.S. Johnson
A poignant short film set to the fourth part of Samuel Beckett's Quatre Poèmes, as narrated by frequent BS Johnson collaborator William Hoyland.
Documentary196587 minsDirector: Arnold Louis Miller
Arnold Louis Miller's follow-up to London in the Raw lifts the lid on society’s decay with its sideshow spectacle of 60s London depravity.
Public Information Filler197534 minsDirector: Eric Marquis
Warning film about seven young delinquents, played by non-professional actors, who commit a series of offences, increasing in severity.
Drama196585 minsSilentDirector: Gerry O'Hara
A trio of models enjoy a weekend of parties, blossoming friendships, and romantic encounters in London. Starring Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski.
Animation & Artists Moving Image19682 minsSilentDirector: B.S. Johnson
Invited to imagine how Apollinaire would have worked with modern technology, writer/director B.S. Johnson turned John Furse's drawings into an animation that is equally elegant, explicit, surreal and hilarious.